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Looking to use your industry experience to support the assessment of apprentices with one of the largest End-point Assessment organisations? Looking to continue your own Professional Development? City & Guilds is looking to recruit Assessors, to deliver End-point Assessments across a broad range of apprenticeship standards. We are one of the largest End-point Assessment organisations delivering End-point Assessments for over 50 apprenticeship standards.
12 Month Voluntary position working up to 37 hours per week (Part time /Job Share Considered)
We currently have a voluntary position working with our Countryside Team based at Holt Country Park. The successful candidate(s) will assist the Rangers with the day to day management of the Woodlands and Countryside sites across North Norfolk, as well as assisting the team with public events, school and community group visits, and providing cover in the visitor centre at Holt Country Park as and when required.
Salary: £16,755 - £17,391 (pro rata)
Fixed Term – 11 April to 8 September 2019 working 20 hours per week
We currently have a seasonal vacancy at our Visitor Centre at Holt Country Park. As Visitor Centre Assistant, you will be required to work five hours a day on four days a week including Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays. In this frontline post, you will assist visitors with their enquiries, providing face to face information regarding Holt Country Park and the wider Countryside service.
Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
Would you like to live on an island as part of your job? This is an extremely rare opportunity to live on Orford Ness as part of your role as the resident Ranger. The voice of our landscapes, conservation champions and lovers of all things outdoors, you’ll help to keep the British countryside and coast wonderful. Working in some of the nation’s most stunning places and spaces, come rain or shine, your love of the outdoors will inspire others as you strive to ensure that landscapes are beautifully presented and continue to take our visitors’ breath away.
Status: Full-time, permanent
Salary: £23,862.50 pa
Location: covers Bedfordshire
We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed person to join the Wider Countryside team who takes the lead with the Trust’s advisory and advocacy work. We are in the fore front of delivery of our priority Living Landscape schemes, responsible for providing nature conservation advice to landowners, public bodies and individual members of the public, undertaking surveys, working with local communities on local conservation projects and supporting the high quality management of our nature reserves.
The National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Salary: £19,000 pro rata
Hours: Part-Time 15 hours per week flexibly distributed.
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) are some of the nation’s most cherished landscapes. From the uplands and remote villages of the North Pennines, though the chalk grasslands and beech woodlands of the Chilterns, to the cliffs and fishing villages of Cornwall; all are different; all are special. We are looking for an Administrative Officer to provide an administrative support function to the national team and its board of trustees.
Salary: £32,825 - £35,401
Working Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Reporting to the Asset Information Manager, the Definitive Map Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of a small team of Definitive Map Officers delivering statutory Definitive Map and commons and town/village greens (TVG) services for Cambridgeshire.
Starting salary: £27,000 plus vehicle
The role will be home-based but require liaison with relevant head office teams, BASC country and regional offices and there will also be significant contact with external bodies.
Taste of Game promotes local and natural produce that has been harvested or hunted, encouraging the sustainable use of natural food. We inspire the consumer to eat game through great recipes, special offers and delicious game products. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to support the development and delivery of the Taste of Game programme.
Details believed correct but given without prejudice. Ends.